Richard Layton Crowther
(1910 - 2006)
Richard Layton Crowther was active/lived in California, Colorado. Richard Crowther is known for architecture, drawing.
Biography Richard Layton Crowther
Richard L. Crowther, FAIA (December 16, 1910 – December 25, 2006) was an architect and author who achieved international renown for his progressive holistic compositions, particularly his pioneering designs employing passive solar energy.
Crowther was born in Newark, New Jersey, and moved to San Diego, California at age 21. He worked for a neon sign manufacturer and later employed neon light as an architectural element and as ambient illumination. In 1948, Crowther moved to Denver, Colorado, where he built ticket booths and renovated the ballroom at Lakeside Amusement Park. He also began building energy-efficient homes in Denver.
Crowther designed the spacious, sleek-lined Cooper theaters in Denver, St. Louis Park,
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